Construction Management Schools
In San Francisco, California

Construction Management faculty can choose to work at one of 2 construction management schools in San Francisco. The trends in San Francisco's construction management academic community can be evaluated by looking at the statistics and graphs below, which includes construction management training at the following levels:

  • Construction Management Certificate
  • Associates degree in Construction Management


Statistics

Professional Trends

San Francisco Vs. California Construction Management Employment

San Francisco 11,610
California 194,570

Exactly 11,610 of the 194,570 construction management professionals employed in California, work in San Francisco. Between 2006 and 2010, in San Francisco, there has been a 21% decline in the number of construction management professionals. As the number of construction management professionals in San Francisco has decreased, overall employment in San Francisco has increased.

San Francisco Vs. California Construction Management employment growth

270,120 285,000 271,400 229,930 194,570
14,760 16,150 16,660 13,580 11,610
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Grey: California
  • Dark Yellow: San Francisco

Construction Management VS. All professions salaries in San Francisco

$76,672 $80,422 $82,222 $85,162 $85,300
$54,770 $57,810 $60,430 $61,940 $63,290
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Light Blue: Construction Management in San Francisco
  • Dark Yellow: All Professions in San Francisco

Salaries for construction management professionals in San Francisco have increased. In 2010 San Francisco construction management professionals earned an average yearly salary of $85,300. Four years earlier in 2006, construction management professionals in San Francisco made an average salary of $76,672 per year. This growth is slower than the salary trend for all careers in San Francisco.

Salary percentiles for Construction management professionals in San Francisco

10th percentile
$53,968
25th percentile
$65,910
50th percentile
$82,864
75th percentile
$100,706
90th percentile
$108,398

Construction management professionals make a median salary of $82,864 per year in San Francisco. The difference in pay between the construction management professionals in the lowest pay bracket and those in the highest pay bracket is approximately 101%. Those in the lowest 10% of the pay bracket earn less than $53,968 per year, while those in the highest 10% of the pay bracket earn more than $108,398 per year.

Average Salaries for Construction management professionals and related professions in San Francisco

Architecture
$69,240
Construction Management
$85,300
Carpentry
$87,700
Project Management
$101,997
Property Management
$104,550
Business Administration
$127,245
Business Management
$145,450

Construction management professional salaries in San Francisco are, on average, lower than salaries earned for professionals in related fields.

Educational Trends

Construction Management schools in San Francisco

2

There are 2 accredited construction management schools in the city. Many of San Francisco's construction management professionals are graduates of one of these schools.

Construction Management Programs Offered In San Francisco

associate
1
bachelor
0
master
0
doctor
0
Certificate
2
Total3

There are a total of 3 degree and certificate programs in construction management offered by San Francisco's construction management schools.

Student Completed Construction Management Degrees In San Francisco

associate
3
bachelor
0
master
0
doctor
0
Certificate
6
Total9

In 2010 approximately 9 students graduated from construction management courses.

Construction Management Faculty Salaries in San Francisco, California

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